I agree with Miller. Emery (and more importantly, Trestman) do not see this as a "Do or Bye season" (whatever the hell that means anyway) for Cutler, they view it as a blank canvas for Tresty™ (im coining this phrase for future reference) to work his offensive magic. By firing Lovie and hiring Tresty, Emery has shown that he is fully committed to OFFENSE, and that starts with the QB. Emery brought in Bates and BMarsh to give Cutler some tools he is familiar with, he re-signed Forte (alot of us forget how important that deal was and how close it came to not even happening) to give him a solid RB in all 3 Jobs (running, blocking and receiving)...so you dont throw all of that away and start from scratch AGAIN just because your QB might be inconsistent. And ill be willing to bet that this author is NOT a Bears fan or has eve paid much attention to Bears football. if he had, he would know that even a "shaky" Cutler is still better then pretty much every QB we've ever had.
"He is looking at Cutler as a whole new canvas, a piece of art he's trying to polish it," Miller said. "It will have Trestman's mark on it. He'll tell him to scrap everything he learned from Martz, and everything he learned from Tice, and say, 'You're my guy now.' "